Battistinis Wireframe Series New Foot Controls.

What you play with when you are a kid may be your inspiration for new cool designs. Rikki Battistini Wireframe Series is inspired by the wireframe parts of plastic model kits he was building when he was a child.

And you must admit, even if not the specific look you want on your bike, that it’s a true new interesting design when applied to motorcycle parts.

The series include enough custom parts to compose a coherent custom bike theme. Are available: floorboards, foot pegs, shifter levers, shifter linkages, shifter linkage rods, brake levers shifter pegs.

Machined in the USA from T6-661 billet aluminum. In black anodize or chrome finish, or a combination of both. Battistinis USA (not yet featured on website)


7 Responses to “Battistinis Wireframe Series New Foot Controls.”

  1. 1 dylan Mar 16th, 2012 at 9:33 am

    I saw those floorboards on a bike at the Cinci show, pure cool!

  2. 2 delmar Mar 16th, 2012 at 10:06 am

    This line-up looks bloody wicked! Some very intresting unique designs going on, personally i love it, love it and love it some more. Like a band releasing there second album, Rikki had to do something very different to equal the sucess of the holes and rekon he has done exactly that. I also saw a video of him online the other day about he origins of these products and its fantastic to see someone truly heading in the high quality and USA designed/manufactured direction in a day when so many people are heading the opposite way. I wish him every success as i knew him many years ago when he lived across here in England. It will be very intresting to see who copies these designs first!!!

  3. 3 LENNY SINNET Mar 16th, 2012 at 10:20 am

    Nice parts should do great with them.

  4. 4 Umkayyy Mar 17th, 2012 at 8:31 am

    Not sure what to make of these. Interesting I guess. I’m sure Brouhard is probably pissed that Rikki took his control arm design back over though.
    Cool for all those “concept bikes”. I guess first, I’m curious how ridiculously priced these will be, as well as how quickly Paul Jr. will put a set on his next bike.

    Either way, interesting idea. Rod did some very nice machine work on these.

  5. 5 cwglide Mar 18th, 2012 at 3:45 pm

    Way cool design!, looks pricey, alot of milling work out of billet. Love the pegs! Great work Rikki!

  6. 6 Just my opinoin Mar 19th, 2012 at 10:21 am

    Cool pegs and I might pay the $240 for them, though at $700 for the floorboards,only the yuppies are gonna put those on their bike…but they’ll look good in a couple years sitting next to their spinner rims on their SUV.

  7. 7 bigalyts Mar 28th, 2012 at 8:51 am

    Nice looking and looks way above anything else. He should only hope Paul Jr. puts them on his next Build. Battistinis will have hired his best Salesman/Rep.out there period……………………..

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